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12012 Boyette Road Riverview, FL 33569
(888) 448-6450
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When it comes to your treatment, you can rest assured that you’re in good hands at River Oaks. At our Tampa metro area rehab facility, we dedicate ourselves each and every day to providing the best possible treatment to your or your loved one. As an American Addiction Centers (AAC) treatment facility, we have access to some of the most experienced professionals in the industry who have been working to advance addiction treatment for years and who meet regularly to discuss the newest research and to continuously improve patient care.
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4110 David Road Extension Hollywood, FL 33024
(888) 910-0528
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At Recovery First near Fort Lauderdale, we know that no two people are the same when it comes to recovery. Our goal is to offer you freedom from your addiction through a personalized continuum of care tailored to fit your treatment wants and needs. The decision to seek recovery is a turning point in your life, and often an overwhelming one. The professionals at Recovery First can reduce this burden, allowing you to relax and focus solely on your recovery journey.
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Good place to come for detox. Dr.lipnack is an was one of the best he believed in me when I didn’t thanks
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River Oaks Outpatient Treatment
12018 Boyette Rd Riverview, FL 33569
- 31 Miles Away
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At River Oaks, we have several different types of outpatient programs designed to meet the individual needs of each patient. Outpatient drug and alcohol rehab programs may be ideal for people who don’t have serious co-occurring disorders that would necessitate 24-hour supervision and for those who either don’t need medical detox or have completed it already.
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FHE Health

Good groups. There phone policy was ridiculus. I am 2 years to the date of being clean. Florida house gave me the tools I needed to be able to do this

- Anonymous
3.7 out of 5
Deerfield Beach, FL

Evolutions Treatment Center

A very professional experience. The staff are caring, understanding and accommodating, and they know how to deliver positive results that should last for a lifetime. All my expectations were met.

- Larry
5 out of 5
Fort Lauderdale, FL

River Oaks Treatment Center

Its honestly refreshing to meet staff that are so relatable and will share with me about some of the things they have gone through which lets me know that Im not alone. Adrian will help anyone no matter what floor he is assigned to. He has helped me get bags of popcorn for movie night and he also grabs the laptop for us to watch movies on Friday and Saturday nights. We watch pretty uplifting comedies and super hero movies that we all vote on as a group to decide what we want to watch. There is a ton of stuff to do in the evenings after classes and Adrian is always there to help get supplies for the events. They give you the option of doing Dharma or AA and they don't force you to do them.

- Weston A.
5 out of 5
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Drug and Alcohol Addiction in Dunedin, FL

Dunedin, FL is a coastal community located in Pinellas County. It’s one of many counties in Florida struggling with a growing number of drug overdoses. Thanks to the approval of a $2 million federal grant, the people who live in and around Dunedin will have access to improved services.1

The grant will be used to increase the distribution of overdose reversal medications such as Narcan and training for first responders.1 It will also fund the creation of a community outreach program to help connect people suspected of having overdosed with additional treatment options and services.1

The funding couldn’t come at a better time as overdoses in and around Dunedin are on the rise. In 2020, Pinellas County’s first-responders were sent to 5,725 suspected overdoses, a 34% increase from 2019.2 Over one week in April 2021, there were 207 calls to 911 for a suspected overdose, an increase from previous years at the same time.3

Sadly, many of those overdose calls do not end well. According to The Pinellas County Opioid Task Force, more than one person dies from an opioid-related overdose in the county every day.2 It goes beyond opioid use. The County Medical Examiners Office reported there were 547 drug-related deaths in Dunedin and the surrounding areas in 2020, an increase of 29% from the previous year.4

Help is available for people in Dunedin who are ready to address their substance use disorder. This can include addiction to many commonly used drugs such as alcohol, cocaine, heroin, inhalants, prescription drugs, and over-the-counter medications. Most people going through addiction utilize a combination of approaches including inpatient and outpatient programs, counseling, and medication to treat their substance use.

Dunedin, FL Detox and Rehab Availability

Dunedin and the surrounding area are home to several treatment facilities designed to address a variety of substance use disorders. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association (SAMHSA), there are 65 facilities within 25 miles of Dunedin.5 Comparatively, there are more than 700 drug rehab centers located across Florida.6

The following treatment types are offered:5

  • 16 facilities with detox, which is withdrawal from substance use while under supervision.
  • 52 outpatient centers for patients who can live on their own during treatment.
  • 3 hospital inpatient facilities that offer continuous care connected to a hospital.
  • 21 residential treatment centers for patients who require live-in care for up to a year.
  • 38 facilities with integrated care designed to address substance use and mental health simultaneously.

Recovering from a substance use disorder is a continuous process that requires thoughtful attention to the options available. Finding the right treatment setting in and around Dunedin and identifying the correct services to address a patient’s specific needs is critical to achieving long-term success.

Dunedin, FL Drug and Alcohol Support Groups

Support groups are available in Dunedin for people seeking the encouragement and advice of others who understand the challenges of substance use disorders. Support groups provide a place for people to share their personal stories and struggles in a supportive environment.

The Pinellas County Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous holds a variety of meetings in Dunedin 7 days a week.7 The locations include:7

  • The Warehouse Club, 2024 Main St.
  • Weaver Park, 1258 Bayshore Blvd.
  • Kirk of Dunedin Christian Church, 2686 Bayshore Blvd.
  • Dunedin Assembly of God Church, 885 Lake Haven Rd.
  • Presbyterian Chuch, 455 Scotland St.
  • Church of the Good Shepherd, 639 Edgewater Dr.

Narcotics Anonymous also offers meetings throughout the week at 4 locations in Dunedin.8

  • Kirk of Dunedin Christian Church, 2686 Bayshore Blvd.
  • Church of the Good Shepherd, 639 Edgewater Dr.
  • First United Methodist Church, 411 Wood St.
  • The Warehouse Club, 2024 Main St.

Support groups can not only serve as a stress reduction for people working to address their substance use disorder but also help them learn important ways to communicate and manage their addiction.

Sources:

  1. Parker, M. (2021, October 13). County receives $2 million to counter opioid crisis.
  2. The Pinellas County Opioid Task Force. (2021). The Opioid Epidemic in Pinellas County.
  3. Hall, M. (2021, April 29). Community task force monitoring opioid use in Pinellas notes an increase in ER visits.
  4. Medical Examiner District Six. (2021, June 15). Year 2020 Medical Examiner Annual Report.
  5. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (n.d.) findtreatment.gov.
  6. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2018). National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services.
  7. Pinellas County Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous. (n.d.) Dunedin meetings.
  8. Narcotics Anonymous. NA meeting search.